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        Summer residence of Harold McCormick at Lake Forest, Illinois, from the lake, 1907. Pl. LIX

      Berlin: Ernst Wasmuth, 1910. Original lithograph on 4-ply, wove, grey paper. 15.94 x 25.25" (40.5 x 64 cm). Artist's embossed stamp lower left. & Provenance: & The estate of Blaine and Hulda Drake, who were members of the original class of fellows at Taliesin at Spring Green, Wi. They remained close to the master and later moved with him to Taliesin West, outside of Phoenix, AZ,. The corner of the print was damaged and torn off due to damage sustained famous fire of 1914, which destroyed the architect's home and studio and most of the edition.& The missing piece is in the lower left margin, not affecting the image.& The print has been cleaned and de-acidified.& & & Text and title in German/Deutsch. Finely toned and exhibits marginal staining; else VG/NF. Lake Forest, IL.& Dover (LIX); Storrer (1993) 169 ref.; Hitchcock (1942) pl. 140; Brooks (1966) Fig. 30, As Seen from Lake Michigan; Florence Sketchbook, 1910 XXIII

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        Holland House: Photogravure from Alvin Langdon Coburn's New York

      London / New York: Duckworth & Co. / Brentano's [1910] - Hand-pulled photogravure, 6 x 8 1/2 inches, recuperated from a broken edition of the striking 1910 publication New York, deaccessioned from the collection of The George Eastman House, with their stamp and pencil markings on the verso.

      [Bookseller: Harper's Books, ABAA]
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        The Melanesians of British New Guinea

      Cambridge University Press, Cambridge - 1910. () Very good. [xxiv] 766pp. Quarto. Publisher's green cloth; spine title in gilt. Spine slightly faded, some shelfwear to crown and foot, joints slightly rubbed with some mild professional restoration done. Former owner's name in ink to front paste-down. Pictoral frontis; 79 plates from photographs, figures in text. A clean copy, plates bright. Extensive study of the indigenous Melanesians of Papua New Guinea. Distincly different from the Papuans of the archipelago, the Melanesians posed an extremely interesting problem to early 20th century ethnographers. An exceedingly scarce copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books(Cameron Treleaven) ABAC]
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        A collection of rare old Chinese porcelains collected by Sir William Bennett / purchased & exhibited by Gorer . May-June, 1910

      London : Bemrose & Sons 1910 - Physical description: 40 p. , [14] leaves of plates : col. Ill ; 25 cm. Subjects: Bennett, William Henry, Sir, 1852-1921. Porcelain, Chinese - Private collections - Cataolgs. Pottery, Chinese - Private collections - Bennett. Porcelain, Chinese - Catalogues. Very good copy in the original gilt-title, blind-bordered cloth. Spine bands and panel edges slightly dulled and rubbed as with age. Some light stains to front panel. Corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression. 1 Kg. 40 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd]
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        A Book of Bunnies

      New York: Privately Printed, , 1910. Slender Folio. Pictorial printed boards. Hand coloured illustrations by the author. Rubbing and light loss of paper to boards at corners, lower end of spine with cloth frayed, moderate wear to edges, front board with faint crayon colour erased from images of bunnies, front hinge weak, internally fresh and water-colours to illustrations bright. First edition, first prinitng. Signed by the author to lower front of the title page, "Hand coloured by Grace F. Hawes". Each page features a delightful bunny illustration followed by a verse. A very scarce title with only one showing on OCLC at the Cotsen Library of Princeton. The Cotsen Library notes that, "The illustrations, reversed, inverted and freely rendered are taken from the Tale of Peter Rabbit.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        L'Art Roman en France: L'Architecture et la Decoration. Premiere, Deuxieme et Troisieme Serie. (3 vols.)

      Librairie Centrale D'Art et Architecture, Paris 1910 - Folio. 3 volumes in folio. 40pp. of text + 240 plates, numerous images per plate. Some age wearing to edges. Spine of volume two torn; a few ties missing. A deep photographic study of the Roman architecture in France. Primarily exterior details and fascades, along with a few interiors. Fascinating and seemingly quite comprehensive. Text in French. Very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)]
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        The Bride and The Pennant

      Chicago: Laird and Lee. (1910). First. First edition. Paperback original. Preface by Charles A. Comisky. Small bookstore label on the front wrap and the title page, cheap pulp paper quite browned, a couple of very small chips to the page edges and a couple of tiny chips to the wrappers, still a clean, very good plus copy in pictorial wrappers. Very rare pulp novel by the Cubs' "Peerless Leader" and which includes a short biography of Chance. McCue in Baseball by the Books speculates that it was ghostwritten by Hugh Fullerton, who dedicated his own first baseball novel to Chance, and who ended his last novel with the toast, "To the bride, the groom and another pennant." Fullerton was a reporter for a Chicago newspaper whose reportage was instrumental in breaking the 1919 Black Sox scandal, and he was the only local writer to predict that the White Sox "Hitless Wonders" would beat the Cubs in the 1906 World Series. Rare. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Unique Vintage Sample Book of Various Printed Motifs for Faience and Ceramics (Floral, Fruits, Allegoric, Decorative, Children's, Historical Figures, Animals)

      [J.C. König & Ebhardt] ca 1910s, [Hannover, Germany] - Folio. Unnumbered. 168 leaves with one sided paste-downs, 19 leaves with paste-downs on both sides. Original bolted 3/4 tan cloth binder over black paper covered boards. J.C. König & Ebhardt sticker with notice on inside of front board. Exquisite sample book of hundreds of striking design and print patterns in a variety of motifs: floral, fruits, children's, allegoric, decorative, historical figures, and animals in various colors and sizes. Some of the children's motifs depict little boys and girls playing together, or with giant snails, frogs, beetles, storks, etc. The historical figures depicted in this work are Washington, Goethe, Wagner, and Luther. Paste-downs on heavy cardboard. Underneath most of the paste-downs are handwritten references in ink. Most of the leaves contain a color scale. Some rubbing along edges of binder. Minor fraying and closed tears along front joint. Binder in overall good, interior complete and in very good condition. J.C. Konig & Ebhardt (1845-1998) Hannover, Germany. Famous premier German printer and bookbinder, active from 1845 until 1998. Their main office was in Hanover, but they also operated factories in Vienna and London. Important publisher of printed products including postcards. They printed banknotes for the Reichsbank between 1918 and 1923. In 1998 they were purchased by Printcom. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)]
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        Ferronerie de Style Moderne: Motifs Executés en France et à L'Etranger

      Charles Schmid, Paris 1910 - Portfolio. Large folio (18" x 13"). Illustrated title page, followed by 45 loose full-page plates, as issued. 1/4 gray cloth over illustrated green paper covered boards. Three beige strings, one at each corner. Work on Art Nouveau (Jugendstil), especially decorative iron works, with some of the most renowned artists of this style represented. Magnificently illustrated with 45 heliotype plates by Fortier et Marotte, most with multiple images. Many of the Art Nouveau architectural masters are prominently represented, including Victor Horta, Paul Hanken, a contemporary and friend of the latter, Paul Saintenoy, Charles Plumet et.al. Horta, considered one of the most important names in Art Nouveau architecture, was described by John Julius Norwich as "undoubtedly the key Art Nouveau architect." Saintenoy adopted the Art Nouveau style for the famous Old English Department Store in Brussels. Plumet was chief architect of the Exposition International Arts-Decoratifs Paris (1924/5). Shelf wear, especially at lower extremities and corners. Plates clean. Original publisher's decorated cloth and board portfolio, cloth ties intact, plates loose and complete as issued. Title page and captions in French. Very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)]
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        The Emerald City of Oz

      Reilly & Britton, Chicago 1910 - Chicago: Reilly & Britton, [1910]. First Edition, First State. Hanff & Greene VI, plate 38 - first state with advertisement on verso of ownership leaf listing titles through "John Dough and the Cherub". 9 1/4 x 7, 295, [1] pp., with sixteen color plates embellished with metallic green ink, as well as a multitude of black and white illustrations, by the peerless John R. Neill. Blue cloth, pictorial cover label embellished with the same metallic silver and green ink; pictorial endpapers in black and orange. The binding features the elaborate cover label showing a number of characters traveling through the city; spine, though worn, is lettered in black with picture of a rabbit in black and silver with "B" on his hat. See scans. The striking use of metallic ink for the greens of the illustrations and cover label can only be found in this state. Binding rubbed, worn; 1 plate nearly detached by wear at gutter, another inserted in wrong place with tape, else good or a bit better. Please review scans. l51n [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Singularity Rare & Fine]
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        Regeneration Being an Account of the Social Work of The Salvation Army in Great Britain.

      Longmans, Green & Co., London, 1910 - Octavo. Original maroon cloth, titles to upper board in blind and to spine gilt. Housed in a quarter black morocco slipcase, titles to spine gilt. Small stain to title page offset to half title, later ink ownership inscription to front pastedown, brief annotation to rear free endpaper, nonetheless a bright and very fresh copy. Six photographic portraits including frontispiece. First Edition First Impression, Presentation Copy, with the author's signed presentation inscription facing the title page, "To Ronald Ross, from H. Rider Haggard, Ditchingham, 12 January 1911". The recipient was Haggard's friend, the Nobel laureate Sir Ronald Ross (1857–1932). Awarded the Nobel for medicine (the first Briton to be awarded one) in recognition of his groundbreaking work abroad on the prevention and containment of malaria, the Indian-born Ross spent the latter part of his career in Britain. His concerns were not merely epidemiological and Ross saw clearly that social conditions, poor housing, poverty and disease were inextricably linked, a sentiment echoed in the pages of the present book, this copy of which was presented from Haggard's home at Ditchingham in Norfolk. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Souvenirs de Marine . Collection de Plans ou dessins de Navires et de Bateaux Anciens ou Modernes Existants ou Disparus, avec les Éléments Numériques nécessaires à leur Construction

      Paris: 1910-1886-, 1908. Six volumes, folio, 560 x 470 mm., with three portraits (Richelieu, Colbert and Tourville) and 360 lithographed plates (and several others either unnumbered or "b" plates) as well as numerous lithographed leaves of text, dedications, indices, etc.; a few slight stains or spots, a couple of plates lightly chipped at edges; an extremely good set in the original publisher's fine-grained dark green cloth gilt. Encyclopaedic work on ship building by the great authority. Magnificent work on ship building by the great French authority, the influential director of the Musée de la Marine who had sailed with both Dumont d'Urville and Laplace. With three hundred and sixty large plates contained in six enormous volumes, the complete work is almost too much for one person to lift at a time. This is 'the great nineteenth-century collection of plans and data by the marine curator of the Louvre… A treasure-house of plans and data for all periods… Essential…' (Charles O. McDonald, {i Sailing Ship Technology: Some Bibliographical and Book Collecting Notes}, 331). Pâris' beautifully produced and painstaking encyclopaedic publication brings together lines and construction details, sometimes very closely observed, for vessels of all kinds, from all over the world, from the Mediterranean to the Americas and including China and Japan. It also includes a small series of plates devoted to the East Indies and Far East. One plate details boats of New Zealand and New Holland from the early contact period and another reproduces several Cook images of Hawaiian, Tahitian and New Zealand boats, while there is a general plate of different boats of Pacific peoples. Altogether it offers a wealth of plans and drawings of old and modern sailing ships, boats and other craft, ranging from deep-sea commercial square-riggers to men-of-war and from native craft to ancient ships, with details of their construction, masts and rigging, decks, fittings, bows and sterns, and even details of decorations. Pâris had started his naval career on the {i Astrolabe} under Dumont d'Urville; he sailed as an officer on the {i Favorite }on Laplace's first voyage, and sailed again with Laplace on the{i Artémise} on her final voyage of 1837-1840. This was his last voyage too, since he lost an arm as a result of a terrible accident. Unable to sail again, he continued a distinguished naval career as a writer and administrator, and was an influential early promoter of steam. As a writer his first major publication was his study of native ship building ({i Essai sur la construction navale des peuples extra-européens}){i }which appeared in 1841. He would publish altogether thirty-five works in his long career, the largest of which was his final work offered here, the {i Souvenirs de Marine}. In many ways this great book, much of it published after his death, represents the summation of his lifework. While his first work had concentrated on the exotic, this final study covers every aspect of more traditional shipbuilding. In 1871 Pâris was appointed director of the Musée de la Marine, at that time part of the Louvre, but now of course a magnificent independent institution. Pâris' work reflects the enthusiasm of that museum: indeed the illustrations of ships' prows and figureheads here recall some of the most striking exhibits in the museum today. Pâris gave the Musée de la Marine the final twenty-two years of his life, setting out to make its collections the most complete and perfect in the world, in a manner which echoed his gathering of information for his great books. This very attractive set has a fine provenance, having once been in the library of the Cruising Association with their gilt stamps on covers and their bookplates. The book is hard to find as a complete set today, partly because its attractive plates and large size led to copies being broken up for the print trade, but also because Volume 3 was published in a smaller edition than the rest, and is often lacking in sets. The first two volumes here are in their second printing, the others are all from the first printing. We can also offer a copy of the supplementary publication, Jean Poujade's {i Documents d'ethnographie navale}, six parts (Paris, Gauthier-Villars, 1946-1948) which was planned as a supplement (in many ways a successor) to this work and which includes an index to the {i Souvenirs de Marine.}.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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        PETER PAN IN KENSINGTON GARDENS

      - (RACKHAM,ARTHUR)illus. PETER PAN IN KENSINGTON GARDENS by J.M. Barrie. Lond.: Hodder & Stoughton 1910. Large 4to, brick colored cloth stamped in gold, light cover rubbing, near fine. 7th printing, identical to the first in all respects with color frontis and 49 mounted color plates with printed guards in the rear of the book and with b&w drawing on title. A beautiful copy of a most desired Rackham book (Latimore/Haskell p.27). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. - ABAA]
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        Queen Sheba's Ring

      Doubleday, Page & Co, New York 1910 - Bound in green cloth, with bright white title lettering and gilt decoration, to front board and spine, this hardcover First American Edition is VG.Signed and Inscribed by author as follows," To K.J.J. MacKenzie from H. Rider Haggard, Ditchingham. 15 Sept: 1910" This inscription appears on verso of frontis. (X)/326pp with 20 chaps. plus note from Maqueda. Also, coloured frontis and four B/W plates.Slight rubbing top/tail of spine, clean endpapers, otherwise VG [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Camilla's Bookshop]
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        Portrait of Auguste Rodin

      Paris: Ambroise Vollard, ca. 1910-1914. Lithographic print measuring 400 x 385 on sheet size 660 x 500 mm. (26 x 20 inches). & One of 200 impressions. Very good with light wear and tiny tears to edges. Signed in the stone. Arches wove paper. Delteil, 49; Johnson 116; Melot, R51.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        MIDNIGHT HOUSE AND OTHER TALES.

      London: J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd., 1910 - Octavo, pp. [1-2] [i-iv] v [vi] [1-2] 3-243 [244: blank] [note: first leaf is a blank], title page printed in red and black, original gray paper- covered boards, printed paper label affixed to spine panel, top edge trimmed, fore and bottom edges untrimmed. First edition, variant issue. This issue, bound in gray boards, rather than the usual gilt stamped green cloth, is also printed on thicker paper stock, here measuring 28 mm across the top of the sheets, as opposed to 22 mm across the top of cloth bound copies. This appears to be a special binding of some sort, probably issued around the same time as the first issue cloth bound copies (there was a later issue circa the 1940s, but copies of the later issue we have seen were bound in cloth, not boards). Regardless of their status, these copies bound in boards are quite uncommon. Harvey's first short story collection, with many tales of the weird and supernatural. "It is usually difficult to distinguish the real situations from the disintegrating minds of Harvey's characters. Feverish moods and the unclear nature of personal relationships are the essential elements of his world. From the obsessive to the whimsical, William Fryer Harvey remains an excellent craftsman throughout the corpus of his engaging, sardonic fantasies." - Bleiler, Supernatural Fiction Writers, p. 595. Ashley, Who's Who in Horror and Fantasy Literature, pp. 88-9. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-81. Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, pp. 193-194. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature III, pp. 1532-35. See Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 768. See Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 4-115. Bleiler (1978), p. 95. Reginald 06886. Edges of the text block and preliminary and terminal leaves foxed (just a bit more than average for this book; the paper stock used is prone to heavy foxing), free endpapers just a darkened (a bit less than usual), spine label rubbed, a near fine copy. A nice copy of a very scarce issue of this book which is seldom found in decent condition. (#114006) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Currey, L.W. Inc. ABAA/ILAB]
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        INDIAN WARS OF NEW ENGLAND

      W.B. Clarke Company, Boston 1910 - 3 vols. 528pp., 625pp., 703pp. Half- t.page illustration Vol. 1. Blue cloth stamped in gold, teg. light damp- staining upper corner of last 14 index pages vol. 1, minor soiling and rubbing on the gilt on the upper edges of textblock. Light scattered spotting on covers. The dye on the lower portions of the spines is a little uneven with some faint tiny spots and some minor discoloration. This is noticeable but not offensive. The hinges are tight, the interior text is bright and clean; overall this is a handsome set; fine, bright and with no serious blemishes. Howes S1186 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Columbia Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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        Manet and the French Impressionists. Pisarro, Claude Monet, Sisley, Renoir, Berthe Morisot, Cézanne, Guillaumin. Translated by J. E. Crawford Flitch. Illustrated with Four Etchings, Four Wood Engravings, and Thirty-Two reproductions in Half-Tone.

      London, Grant Richards; J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia, 1910 - Quarto. Original blue cloth, titles to spine and upper board gilt, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Bookplate, bookseller's ticket to front free endpaper. Cloth a little rubbed, contents faintly toned, occasional spotting, free endpapers tanned. Frontispiece and 31 reproductions in half-tone, 2 etchings by Renoir and one each by Morisot and Manet, 2 wood engravings after Manet and one each after Degas and Camille Pissaro First UK edition, first impression of the first work to describe the development of Impressionism, with a chapter on each of the major painters and numerous illustrations. The author, Theodore Duret (1838–1927), was one of the earliest and most vocal supporters of the movement. He first met Manet in 1865 and the two became good friends, with the artist painting the connoisseur three times. During the 1870s Duret began writing articles championing the new movement, and this, his most important work, was published in 1878 to accompany the fourth Impressionist exhibition in Paris. Duret also collected and promoted the work of the pre-Raphaelites, was an early devotee of Asian art, particularly Japanese prints, and coined the term avant-garde. A nice copy of this book that "remains a primary account of Impressionism and contemporary reception" (Dictionary of Art Historians, Duke University).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Official History (Naval and Military) of the Russo Japanese War

      His Majesty's Stationary Office, London 1910 - OFFICIAL HISTORY (NAVAL AND MILITARY) OF THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR. To be completed in 3 volumes. 1910-1920. Prepared by the Historical Section of the Committee of Imperial Defence. Printed for His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, by Harrison and Sons, St. Martin's Lane. 3 volumes, 2 cases of maps/plans. Volume 1, published 1910. Covers period to 24th August 1904. Collation: 566 pages, plus additional Charts and Strategical plans. Lacks 1 strategical map. Otherwise complete. Volume 2, published 1912, covers Liao-Yang, The Sha Ho, Port Arthur. Collation: 853 pages, plus additional Plans, Complete. Volume 3, published 1920. Covers San-De-Pu, Muken, the Sea of Japan. Collation: 904 pages. This volume is complete, but lacks additional Appendix Volume and case of Maps. All volumes heavily illustrated with photographs, fold-out maps and plans. Extremely rare title. British Library lacks complete copy. Books bound in blue publishers cloth. All volumes cloth showing signs of wear, some rubbing to corners, and various markings on boards. Gilt lettering to spines, some fading/markings to spines. Cases with maps/plans also bound in blue publishers cloth, with same markings/rubbed. Internally, Vol. 2, inner hinge (gutter) showing between title/frontis. Contents of all volumes and addition maps and plans are all in good clean bright condition. Overal pages, maps and plans in good condition throughout. Very rare. Books measure 18x26cm.Weight 10kg.A60 Size: Large 8vo

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        OFFICIAL HISTORY OF THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR Part I - V

      His Majesty's Stationery Office [HMSO], 1906 - 1910. - 1st edn. 5 vols: Part I (1906: pp. 75 + 1A-14A; the contents call for 5 bound-in maps but are not present); Part II From The Battle Of The Ya-Lu To Liao-Yang Exclusive (1908: pp. 164 with 1 map bound-in + 9 (of 11) folding in rear pocket - lacks strategical map 2 and tactical map II/2); Part III The Siege Of Port Arthur (1909: pp. 173 with 22 b&w plates and 8 folding coloured maps in rear pocket) ; Part IV Liao-Yang (1909: pp. 120 with folding map bound-in and 7 folding maps in rear pocket); Part V Sha Ho (1910: pp. 183 with folding map bound-in and 10 folding maps in rear pocket) .Tall 8vo. Original uniform cloth-backed paper-laid boards (previous owner's neat inscription on upper cover of each vol and some light pencil annotations to margins - otherwise a bright VG set of the scarce original edition). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rothwell & Dunworth (ABA, ILAB)]
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        Provenca. Poems Selected From Personae, Exultations, And Canzoniere

      Boston: Small Maynard & Company. (1910). First. First edition, first impression. 12mo. Original printed tan boards. Ownership signature, a tiny spot on the front cover, top corner a little bumped, but generally a very near fine copy. Scarce in this condition. Pound's first book of poetry published in America. It contains the best work of two earlier volumes, Personae and Exultations, with the addition of several new poems. Separately issued in England under the title of Canzoni. One of approximately 200 copies printed. Gallup A6a. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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